Night Walks Through Little Italy

Yesterday I met someone. The type of person I’ve been waiting for a while. We hung out with all of our suite mates for about six hours non-stop, about two of those hours consisted of just him and I wandering behind our friend group conversing about culture and politics. Every time I got star struck by […]

It’s Rosacea, not blush

My charismatic dermatologist grinned when he told me I have Rosacea, my mom’s face fell, and I gave a sarcastic smile. Luckily it’s not so bad, really mild and it’s good it’s diagnosed early. I’m just glad I know how to treat my face now. It’s a little annoying when people assume I’m blushing because […]

18 Years

Like every young kid, there’s a point when you discover that the future exists. At 9 yrs old I began to think about the future. My future. And it wasn’t a nice one. It was an approaching nightmare of realism. I promised myself that on my 18th birthday I would run away. It’s what my […]

High School Rivalries

The solid white and blue brick, Three bold words guard the entrance of the stretching road fingertips split into dashes of the pedestrian walk way. From the entrance if one could walk straight through all the metal lockers, cubes of air classrooms, growing flames of personalities They would stumble into the road that wraps around […]

The Story of Diana and Megan

This hectic week began with last Saturday. Since this is probably the most important things that happened all week I’ll dedicate an entire entry for it. LAST SATURDAY Everything started out fine–great–even. I was driving from a sleep over and sat down for cereal and a grapefruit for breakfast. 10 minutes later the doorbell rings […]